Marisole Monday: Valentines Day

Thumbnail link image{Click Here for a PDF of the dark haired paper doll to Print} {Click Here for a PDF of the blond paper doll to Print} {Click Here for a PNG of the dark haired paper doll to Print} {Click Here for a PNG of the blond paper doll to Print} {Click Here for the rest of this series}

First, quick apology thing… if you emailed me in the last week or so… then I probably haven’t replied, because I forward that account to my other email and my other email was putting those emails into my spam folder. I think I’ve fixed the problem.

Now, onto the paper dolls…
Thumbnail of the Blond Paper Doll I did this paper doll originally with tan skin and dark hair, but then I also did a version as a blond. I liked it well both ways, so I decided to post them both. At the top is the dark haired version and then you can click the thumbnail on the left and get the 150 dpi PNG version of the blond paper doll. There’s also a PDF for the blond paper doll. I figured regardless of what skin tone and hair color was desired, there could be a paper doll to fit the bill.

I always associate Valentines Day with paper dolls. My grandmother used to send my and my sister Valentines Day cards when we were kids and they usually had a paper doll in them or some other activity. I still remember being excited at getting the cards and I would open them up and play with whatever had been included. Even all these years later, I remember what many of the cards looked like.

Teri Pettit’s Paper Doll Scans is a great site full of scans of paper dolls. She has a fantastic selection of greeting cards with paper dolls. Of course there are Valentine’s Day paper doll cards and paper doll cut outs. I distinctly recall that my sister got this paper doll for Valentine’s Day and I was totally jealous. I also seem to recall one of us (I don’t remember which one) got this paper doll card for something. Oh, the memories…

I think it’s a sad commentary on my mind that I can recall paper doll cards from years ago, but I can seem to keep my Latin declinations straight.

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4 Responses to Marisole Monday: Valentines Day

  1. Sara says:

    I think most people are like that… it’s how our brains are made.

    I just LOVE the top middle dress! It’s so absolutely cute and frufru! How can you not love stuff like this? Well, boys don’t typically, or they don’t admit to it.

  2. Monica says:

    Hello!

    I like all the dresses and both of the dolls. Both skin tones are perfect, and the hair matches wonderfully.

    The first dress on the left looks regency inspired! Beautiful!

  3. Alexandra says:

    I’d wear the bottom left one, the one with hearts on the sleeves!!

  4. Marie Louise says:

    Hearts. Mmm, pretty!

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